The Department of Landscape Architecture is pleased to offer opportunities for student participation in European study abroad programs through peer programs and institutions.
This year, we are excited to invite applications to join the University of Georgia’s 4-week Maymester program in Croatia.
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Other studies abroad opportunities may be considered with prior approval by faculty.
UF students interested in participating in this summer’s program must complete a pre-application screening by submitting an unofficial transcript and a letter of interest (up to 1500 words) detailing the following:
- your motivations and interest in participating in a study abroad program generally
- your interest in participating in a study abroad program in Croatia specifically
- an explanation of how you believe this experience will enrich your education and training as a landscape architect
Your letter of interest and an unofficial transcript must be submitted by email to Kevin Thompson, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Florida at email@example.com.
UF pre-application screening closes on January 3rd, 2020.
Prescreening reviews will happen on a rolling basis and eligibility will be determined within just a few days. Once your prescreening application has been reviewed and approved, you will be directed to complete an online UGA study abroad application. The deadline for this application is December 16, 2019 but will remain open on a rolling basis until full. Early applications are advised.
For more information, please email Kevin Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Study Abroad Programs
UF landscape architecture students are encouraged to consider participating in other study abroad opportunities including summer semester enrichment programs offered through other institutions and other units within UF. In the past, students have participated in UF’s School of Architecture
Southeast Asia program, Urban and Regional Planning’s Brazil program, Historic Preservation’s Nantucket Island program, Landscape Architecture’s Sumatra, Java and Bali Field Schools, School of Natural Resources’ New Zealand program, University of Washington’s Croatia program and University of Georgia’s Cost Rica program.
Graduate and undergraduate students interested in participating in international enrichment programs should discuss their options for elective transfer credits with College of Design, Construction and Planning’s Assistant Director of Academic Affairs and adviser Pat De Jong email@example.com (undergraduates) or Department of Landscape Architecture Graduate Coordinator Dan Manley firstname.lastname@example.org to clear enrollment prior to applying to study abroad programs.